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Glenn Roeder - What A Dummy

Glenn Roeder - What A Dummy

Martin O'Neill has dismissed Newcastle boss Glenn Roeder's comments about the not having enough 'courage' to take on the Magpies job. Dismissed Glenn, look up the word, it is one you are bound to come up against again come the summer.

Roeder said: 'If a person doesn't want this job, then you have to question his courage.'

Martin O'Neill retorted in an interview with The Sun 'Whatever he said was full of great imagination and not much fact behind it. What happened is not important now and it is certainly not relevant.'

'I have a job at Aston Villa and it's one I want to do.'

So feck orf Roeder! ;o)

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday January 31 2007
Time: 10:22AM

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Roeder = *******! say no more!!
Rickymeister
31/01/2007 10:29:00
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You could say Roeder=£Fu£kedoodleheadt055pot
koolbill
31/01/2007 10:33:00
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Yeah, he really shouldn't show his face in public
liamo1981
31/01/2007 10:38:00
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When you get your first premiership club relegated and the only job you can have is running a youth academy I presume you will take any job that you get the sniff off. What a twart, I presume you need courage to put yourself forward for the most high profile job in the world - england manager.
tylervilla
31/01/2007 10:38:00
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Lets just hope the Villains do us proud tonight.
Cubos
31/01/2007 10:47:00
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Newcastle were a great team once but there chairmen brings in some not so good managers thank god we dont have a chairman like that R4F
Christo
31/01/2007 10:49:00
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Like ourselves they have had some poor managers, I would have loved to see them achieve something under Sir Bobby, what a gent? Keegan made the biggest mistake, and after geting Newcastle to a place where they could (and should) have won the league he decided to drop Beardsley and bring in aspria (have not got a clue how to spell it) and the rest is history.
irish villa
31/01/2007 11:00:00
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Asprilla or as they spell it in Columbia - cocaine snorting ASS-prilla
koolbill
31/01/2007 11:08:00
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when you have nothing to say its the time to say nothing.
col8
31/01/2007 11:42:00
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steff_the_villan
31/01/2007 11:51:00
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